This report shows usage statistics for the top web browser render engines including Trident, Gecko, Web Kit and Presto.
The different render engine versions implemented by browsers control support for many web standards including
. We only list render engines that have amassed at least
0.1% of the market share during the selected time period.
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A layout engine, or rendering engine, is software that takes marked up content (such as HTML, XML, image files, etc.) and formatting information (such as CSS, XSL, etc.) and displays the formatted content on the screen. It "paints" on the content area of a window, which is displayed on a monitor or a printer. A layout engine is typically used for web browsers, e-mail clients, or other applications that require the displaying (and editing) of web contents.
Mozilla provides Servo browser engine insight
.net magazine / 4/10/13
As well as last week's major changes to the browser engine landscape, Chromium and Opera have forked WebKit to create the new Blink rendering engine with its various offshoots. However, Mozilla also made an announcement that pointed towards further ...
Browser Features May Suffer after Blink-WebKit Split-Up
Kabir News / 4/8/13
After positive reception by industry observers last week regarding Google's decision to split from WebKit rendering engine in favor of its own browser engine Blink, developers have of late expressed concerns over features that may suffer as a result of the ...
Google Blink restarts the browser wars – on mobile as well as desktop
PakistanToday.com.pk / 4/6/13
After long-simmering disagreements with engineers at Apple, Google has split its development of the Chrome browser's rendering engine for both desktop and mobile from the main line of the open source WebKit project. That creates a “fork” in the engine ...
In A Blink, Google Ditches WebKit Browser Engine
TechNewsWorld / 4/5/13
Google provided a host of technical reasons why it will no longer use the WebKit browser rendering engine, which helps the Internet come to life for users. Web developers, however, are also wondering how much Apple's rivalry with Google was an influence, ...
Guest Post: Google ups pace of browser innovation with Blink
FT.com (blog) / 4/5/13
So for those who might think that a 'rendering engine' is a piece of farm machinery, we offer the following overview of this development, which represents a substantial fork in the road in the development of the web. What's happened? Chrome, along with ...
Google Blink restarts the browser wars
The Guardian / 4/5/13
After long-simmering disagreements with engineers at Apple, Google has split its development of the Chrome browser's rendering engine for both desktop and mobile from the main line of the open source WebKit project. That creates a "fork" in the engine ...
Google splits with Apple on WebKit, launches Blink browser project
Fiercemobilecontent / 4/4/13
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) is launching Blink, an open-source rendering engine spinning out of WebKit, the engine powering browsers including the company's own Chrome as well as archrival Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) Safari. Google and Apple have ...
Is Google's new Blink browser engine good or evil? It depends
GigaOM / 4/4/13
The open source WebKit rendering engine is currently used by Apple's Safari browser — both on OS X and iOS — Chrome, BlackBerry 10 and, ironically, Samsung's Tizen platform. As a result, it's the most widely used browser engine. But Apple owns the ...
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